From an article on The Dunn County News website:
Leann Rafferty has dreams of her artwork decorating the bodies of hot cars and vans, but realizes she first has to learn more about repairing and finishing the bodies of motor vehicles. Now the 2016 Gilman High School graduate is the only female in the Auto Collision Repair and Refinish program at Chippewa Valley Technical College.
It’s not unusual for a female in the program to be the only one, but that’s something CVTC would like to change through ongoing efforts to attract women into nontraditional occupations. On Friday, June 23, a one-day camp called Exploration of Auto Collision — for Girls was designed to show young women that they can do auto body work, and do it well.